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Now’s the time to search the market for rental reductions in some of London’s most sought-after, central locations.
Brave, new spaces are the focus of this year’s Don’t Move, Improve! shortlist, says Anna White
From a surprise house price boom to a surge in home improvements, here’s how the past year has affected the property market
Buyer demand is still high but some sellers are holding off until spring, sending these local London markets soaring
British and international buyers see £10m plus homes as good value after recent price drops
Rishi Sunak is rumoured to be considering an extension to the tax break
Where's hot and where's not? Here are four London locations worth considering if you're looking to find a home in an area on the up.
Asking prices in London have risen 3.5 per cent since December 2019, the slowest growth rate in the country.
Where's hot and where's not? London locations worth considering if you're looking to find a home in an area on the up.
Vendors are pricing competitively in bid to move fast and save on tax.
More than a third of London boroughs have seen a jump in sales to first-time buyers since lockdown. Here's where to focus your search.
While lockdown has sent London families in search of green and spacious suburbs, first-time buyers are putting down roots in Zones 1, 2 and 3.
The biggest regeneration zone in Europe is being powered by the transport superhub where Crossrail will connect to HS2.
Lockdown is creating problems for lonely Londoners. New homes designed with co-working and socialising spaces are a thoughtful way forward.
While structural changes may be out of the question, there’s a lot you can do with effective decor.
Make an informed decision about shared ownership in our guide that debunks the facts about this housing scheme.
You might think that in London, owning a three- or four-bedroom property is out of the question — but that has all changed.
Micro boom for shared ownership as record numbers apply to stay in the capital.